The ADA, signed into law on July 26, 1990, prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in employment, programs and services provided by state and local governments, goods and services provided by private companies and in commercial facilities.
A conduct directed at an individual because of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or sexual orientation that subjects the individual to treatment that adversely affects the individual’s employment or education.
The agency responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex(including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability or genetic information.
An official, written description of a job, which includes information regarding the general nature of the work to be performed and specific responsibilities, duties and the knowledge, skill and abilities that are required to perform the critical functions of the job.
The average wage for a worker in a specific position or occupation, which is determined by adding together the total wages for all incumbents in a specific position or occupation and then dividing it by the total number of incumbents.
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, working more than 40 hours in a workweek. Non-exempt employees must be paid at least one and a half times their normal wage rates or receive compensatory time for all hours worked in excess of 40 in any workweek.
Applies only to employees who have been terminated.An individual who returns to employment at the institution or agency after having terminated all employment with the institution or agency. The employee must have a break in service from the institution of at least one workday.
A payment to a current employee for a special assignment which meets both of the following conditions: (1) The employee has a current FTE appointment (2) the duties performed are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Payment is for an additional assignment, duty or responsibility that is applicable only for the duration of the special assignment and is not part of the employee's base salary. The amount may be prorated over the term of the appointment or paid in a lump sum.
A payment to individual for a special assignment which meets both of the following conditions: (1) the individual does not have a current FTE appointment. (2) The duties performed are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. There is no percent time or set number of hours associated with the assignment, and the number of hours worked does not change the payment amount. The task must have a definite begin and end date; however it may be a short period of intense activity or an extended period of time with intermittent activity. Prior to submitting a PCR for payment, the hiring department must obtain approval from Human Resources to appoint an employee as a "task" worker (NSNR-TASK WORKER)
Granted to regular status staff employees. This 1.5% increase is given every two years up to a maximum of four such increases. This increase becomes part of the employee’s base salary. Staff employees in positions covered by departmental career ladders are not eligible for the University Longevity Program.